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25 June 2009 :: 19:06:22 pm 27142

More Violence Expected In Future Anti-Govt Protests: Democrat Party

BANGKOK, June 25 - Thailand's ruling Democrat Party has received documents relating to anti-government United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship (UDD) members stating that the group will boost the level of violence in their future rallies and eventually bring back fugitive former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra, a senior official said on Thursday.
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Thepthai Senpong, spokesman for Democrat Party leader Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva, said the alleged “Taksin 2 plan” stipulates that the UDD will follow “seven strategic plans” to move towards more violent means and to also bring back Mr. Thaksin, now living in self-imposed exile, to Thailand.

Mr. Thepthai said he hoped that the plan will not become reality because if it is implemented it could “create severe conflicts in the country” at a time when the country appears to be “running smoothly,” without apparent discord.

Many of the so-called Red Shirts are being charged with having violated the State of Emergency Decree by leading a gathering at Government House as well as having created a series riots and violent street incidents in the eastern seaside resort of Pattaya and in Bangkok in April.

The UDD announced last Thursday that it would hold a series of four rallies in Bangkok, with the last to be held at Government House for an indefinite period. The first rally will take place on Saturday at Bangkok’s Sanam Luang.

Dates for the remaining three have yet to be fixed.

Meanwhile, Deputy Prime Minister Suthep Thaugsuban, who oversees security affairs, said intelligence officials had not yet informed him of the UDD’s “Taksin 2 plan”.

Urging everybody to help solve problems prevailing in the country, Mr. Suthep said Thailand had faced several risks earlier and economic problem is a major one.

Mr. Suthep asked those preparing to join Saturday’s rally to strictly adhere to the law, and warned that security personnel will take action against anyone breaking the law.

“They (the demonstrators) can hold a peaceful rally but if they seize the Government House or government offices, the government will have to take a drastic action as happened during the Songkran festival in April,” he added.

Key leaders of the United front for Democracy against Dictatorship (UDD) Jatuporn Promphan and Natthawut Saikuea, however, said the group had no knowledge of any plot to topple the government by violent means. (TNA)

Reporter : Sathit   Photo : Internet   Category : Politics News

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